Cashiers of the Bank of England, London, 19(23)

Cashiers of the Bank of England, London, 19(23), Pay to Order, blue oval duty stamp, no printer, black, mauve security panel on reverse, signature cut out, used

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SKU: HC01470
£5.25
Cashiers of the Bank of England, London, 19(23)
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